The Science and Ethics of the Schiavo Case Doctors and bioethicists worry that the Terri Schiavo case has set back their work by decades because of Congress' decision to step in and reverse a judicial decision. Jon Hamilton visits a New York hospital team of doctors, bioethicists and mediators who work with families of patients in vegetative states. The group routinely deals with complicated "end-of-life" decisions.
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The Science and Ethics of the Schiavo Case

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The Science and Ethics of the Schiavo Case

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Doctors and bioethicists worry that the Terri Schiavo case has set back their work by decades because of Congress' decision to step in and reverse a judicial decision. Jon Hamilton visits a New York hospital team of doctors, bioethicists and mediators who work with families of patients in vegetative states. The group routinely deals with complicated "end-of-life" decisions.